It was an afternoon well spent for 6 euros. However beware of opening hours. There is only one or two guided tours per day, make sure you find out beforehand. Perhaps more in summer?!?
This troglodyte has served its purpose throughout history. From the vikings invasions, sarcophagus that were massively carved at a rate of one every twelve hours. It was used during the wars, it was used as a cellar for wine etc. there are other points of interest in Doué la Fontaine, lots to see, worth seeing if you are a history buff.
It is wheelchair accessible for most parts, although a little steep at the entry. Enjoy!
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